TestGorilla scores $70M for skills tests aiming to replace the recruitment resume dump
Sending in a resume is the main way a person hopes to get noticed for a job. But a startup out of Amsterdam called TestGorilla is today announcing $70 million in funding for a very different kind of a
Using asynchronous video interviews to improve startup recruiting
Asynchronous video interviews (AVI), or recorded video responses, are one alternative companies are using to shortlist candidates while saving on cost and time.
6 methods for reducing bias in candidate sourcing and screening
Whenever you open a new role, start by asking the question: How do we ensure that our selection is based solely on criteria that’s relevant to the role?
HackerRank, a platform for recruiters to test coders and coders to hone skills, raises $60M at ~$500M valuation
The job market for coders remains very tight on both sides of the table: There remains a major skills and talent shortage when it comes to finding people for specialized, technical jobs; but on the ot
Beware the hidden bias behind TikTok resumes
Hiring processes need to be about letting people put their best foot forward, whether that is in writing or on video.
CV Compiler is a robot that fixes your resume to make you more competitive
Machine learning is everywhere now, including recruiting. Take CV Compiler, a new product by Andrew Stetsenko and Alexandra Dosii. This web app uses machine learning to analyze and repair your technic
Interviewing.io hopes to close the engineer diversity gap with anonymous interviews
Take out your name, resume and any other identifying information then hop on the internet and show your skills to a recruiting manager. That’s the way Interviewing.io does it to ensure a truly b
Riminder uses deep learning to better match people to jobs
There's nothing efficient about sorting through 30,000 resumes by hand. Recruiters spend months evaluating applicants only to have great prospective candidates get lost in the pile. At TechCrunch's St
Stack Overflow puts a new spin on resumes for developers
Stack Overflow, the community site best known for providing answers for all of your random coding questions, also has a thriving jobs board and provides services to employers looking to hire developer
LinkedIn’s Core Mission: Making Its Profiles The Next-Generation Résumé
I spent a few hours on the LinkedIn campus a few weeks ago, with the sole mission of learning more about <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2012/10/16/linkedin-announces-massive-update-to-its-pilar-produ
Graphical Resume Site Vizualize.Me Launches, We Talk To The Founder.
With over 200,000 pre-launch signups and 40,000 users in their beta program, it’s very likely that you saw a <a href="http://vizualize.me/" target="_blank">vizualize.me</a> resume link show up in a